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Kate Moulene
Founder of Capian Enterprises, Ms. Moulene’s campaigns and events have created over 2 billion worldwide media impressions and raised over 20 million dollars for charity in the past eight years. Capian Enterprises has led the way in partnering the entertainment arts, corporate brands, media and nonprofit organizations. Prior to founding her firm, Ms. Moulene worked as the West Coast Bureau Chief for InStyle Magazine at Time Warner where in addition to running the bureau, she was the on-air correspondent for NBC’s TODAY show and a variety of  other media outlets including CNN and Oprah. Her journalistic experience includes writing for LIFE Magazine and reporting for the International Herald Tribune Money Report in Paris, France. 
As CEO of the Global Creative Forum Ms. Moulene developed a yearly forum and dinner where key decisions makers in the entertainment industry meet with leading United Nations officials to discuss ways in which media can support and serve major global issues facing the world. When it comes to "living" Ms. Moulene is a single, working mom with five kids. She is also a highly clumsy, ungainly klutz whose escapades offer empirical evidence that if she can do it, you can too.

Entries by Kate Moulene

Art of Living: Poker and Mindful Meditation

(1) Comments | Posted September 18, 2012 | 1:25 PM

The philosopher Thich Nhat Hanh suggests in his masterful writings that mindful meditation is the key to human happiness. Ideally, the simple act of walking should dictate the same attentive deliberation and awareness as the act of driving a racecar. It is not the activity but how we approach the...

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The Art of Living: Horses

(0) Comments | Posted September 6, 2012 | 6:03 PM

"There is nothing as good for the inside of a man as the outside of a horse." -- Author Unknown

One Saturday morning my mother casually decided that it would be fun to go to a horse auction. I was 8 years old and had never ridden...

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The Art of Living: Scuba Diving

(2) Comments | Posted August 21, 2012 | 3:22 PM

I grew up in Laguna Beach, Calif., a small seaside community, where from sunrise to sunset I remained firmly planted on the shore with my toes deeply buried in the sand. It wasn't until sleep was unavoidable that I scurried up the gravel cliffs and departed the ocean's side. My...

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The Art of Living: Falconry

(2) Comments | Posted August 17, 2012 | 3:38 PM

2012-08-01-168309_1603819732216_1137781287_31460676_5874801_n.jpg When most people hear the word falcon they think of the Atlanta Falcons, the football team, or a Falcon jet, but falconry is a sport that has no interest in pigskin footballs, hot cheerleaders, or private rental jets.


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The Art of Living: Skydiving

(2) Comments | Posted August 6, 2012 | 4:32 PM


The decision to freefall 13,000 feet out of a plane came after a family vote of "what to do tomorrow" while vacationing in Hawaii. My five children voted on skydiving. Even the little one, who was too young to come, voted for...

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The Art of Living

(12) Comments | Posted August 3, 2012 | 3:35 PM

2012-08-02-20120801ry4801.jpegEverybody has a dream. Some unfulfilled fantasy where your imagination actively engages in some devilish feat or artistic pursuit that you are just hankering to try. Most people never do. They spend their life making up excuses about the impracticality of their...

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America's Abandoned Children

(6) Comments | Posted May 26, 2011 | 12:42 AM

On June 12, my oldest daughter will graduate from Dartmouth College with a Degree in Philosophy. She is fluent in both Taiwanese, and Chinese. She has a remarkable job waiting for her after graduation in the office of a Nobel Laureate. My second child is about to embark on her...

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Why Legalizing Gay Marriage Will Strengthen America

(100) Comments | Posted May 18, 2011 | 2:15 PM

Part 1: Legal Impact

Same-sex marriage is not a gay rights issue -- it is a civil rights issue whose outcome is critical to upholding the principles of the American Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

Throughout history, governments and political systems have clearly demonstrated one thing: societies are extremely...

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Can Poker Save the World?

(42) Comments | Posted April 27, 2011 | 5:15 PM

Americans are facing some serious challenges. Our national debt is $14,275,534,380,225.86 and growing. If you are not good at math, that figure is in the trillions. Unemployment is at 9.6 percent. Foreclosures caused 2.8 million Americans to lose their homes due to the banking debacle and is

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